“Don’t be discouraged if you do not see the good you do. Read the rest…
Monthly Archives: December 2012
Living Life Abundantly
“Without the Way, there is no going; Read the rest…
Feast of St. Thomas Becket, Bishop and Martyr
“The whole company of saints bears Read the rest…
What Effects Do Violent Video Games Have on Players?
We receive many questions about video games on this blog, which is why this recent study about the impact of these games upon youth caught my attention. I believe it will be of interest to anyone who has a loved one who is addicted to video gaming.
Report: World’s Populationis Living – and Suffering – Longer than Ever
In the last 20 years, the average age of death rose from 59 to 70 years – and so did the length of time people live with chronic health problems.
Feast of St. John, Apostle and Evangelist
“Beloved, let us love one another; Read the rest…
New Dissolving Condoms for Women Raise Questions
Another potentially dangerous contraceptive for women is being touted by researchers who invented a new dissolving condom for women aimed at preventing pregnancy and the spread of disease, but questions remain about the long-term safety of the product.
Feast of the Holy Innocents, Martyrs
“How great a gift of grace is here! Read the rest…
Bishop Bans New Age Nuns
Bishop Robert Morlino of the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin has banned two Dominican nuns from holding workshops or providing spiritual direction at any Catholic churches in the diocese because of their espousal of “New Ageism” and “indifferentism.”
Freezing Your Daughter’s Eggs: The Perfect Gift?
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
The culture of death continues to sprout new varieties of poisonous fruit. The latest comes from a British doctor who thinks the perfect gift a parent can give their daughter at graduation is her own frozen eggs to be sure she can have children whenever she wants later in life.